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Ending violence against LGBT+ people: emerging insights on what works

Violence is an everyday reality for many LGBT+ people around the world, threatening their lives and wellbeing. More needs to be done, at every level of society, to help ensure LGBT+ people are safe. Join the What Works 2 team for the launch of a ground-breaking new report with emerging insights on how to prevent […]


Community-based Approaches to Building Safety

The National Academy of Sciences Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education announces the first in its series of webinars addressing gun violence. During the COVID-19 pandemic and social unrest, many U.S. cities have experienced a rise in firearm violence. By effectively addressing gun violence, communities may benefit from improved public safety, health, and welfare, […]


Update on the National Crime Victimization Survey Subnational Program: First Release of Direct Subnational Estimates

Join Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) statisticians and RTI International for a webinar update on BJS’s subnational victimization program activities. It will cover findings from BJS’s soon-to-be-released report Criminal Victimization in the 22 Largest U.S. States, 2017–2019, the first release of subnational violent and property crime estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey. Additionally, it […]


The International Symposium on Child Abuse

The International Symposium on Child Abuse is the premier conference providing expert training and networking opportunities to professionals in the child maltreatment field. This conference is unique in addressing all aspects of child maltreatment, including but not limited to physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, exposure to violence, poly-victimization, exploitation, intervention, trafficking, and prevention. Child abuse […]

Low Prosecution Rates in Sexual Assault Cases: Can We Make Sustainable Improvements?

This webinar by the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence will begin with contextual information about prosecution case outcomes in sexual assault cases of adult victims. The challenges in tracking the criminal case outcomes will be discussed. Dr. Valentine will introduce the National Institute of Justice Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Practitioner Toolkit as a means of […]


Reframing Child Sexual Abuse as a Preventable Public Health Issue

The second in a series of webinars by the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. Presenter: Rebecca Fix, PhD, is an assistant professor working in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health within the Department of Mental Health, and a faculty affiliate of the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child […]


NRCDV’s Safe Housing Capacity Center Policy and Research Briefing

The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence's (NRCDV) Safe Housing Capacity Building Center will present its bi-annual Policy and Research Briefing. Dr. Funmi Ayeni, Director of Research and Evaluation will share study findings from a flexible funding pilot project with the LGBT Center of Central Pennsylvania (PA) Lavon Morris-Grant, Director of Community Engagement, will facilitate […]


Help Wanted: Helping People Stay Safe

The final webinar in a series by the Moore Center on the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. Presenters: Amanda E. Ruzicka, MA, is a senior research associate at the Department of Mental Health and deputy director of the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her […]


The Gun Violence Research Center (GVRC) Research Day

During this FREE event, the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center (GVRC) at Rutgers will present over 30 gun violence prevention research studies funded by the GVRC. Hear from GVRC leadership, grant awardees, and community leaders as they present evidence-based, equitable policies and programs that will prevent gun violence in our communities. This conference is not looking to engage with simply an […]


National Institute of Justice Research Conference: From Evidence to Action: Harnessing Research to Promote Safety & Justice

The National Institute of Justice research conference is returning in 2023. This practitioner-friendly conference will feature NIJ-sponsored research findings and discussions about evidence-based policies and practices. Topics will include preventing community-based violence, supporting victims of crime, building a stronger forensic evidence base, enhancing accountability in policing, and promoting more equity in our nation’s justice system. […]